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Another blow for John Reid over abandoned Digi-Tech affair

Georgina Bond
Wed, 30 May 2012

Disgruntled investors in the 1990s Digi-Tech tax benefit scheme, who were being sued by its promoter John Reid, have been awarded $774,157 in indemnity costs.

The reserved decision of Justice Stephen Kos has been released seven months after the trial was abandoned on its 19th day.

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Georgina Bond
Wed, 30 May 2012
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